Shout (verb) : to utter a loud cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion.
The Turn returns for Volume 2 and this time we’ve asked our performers to SHOUT.
What do we have to shout about? Are you ecstatic? Terrified? Raging? Is it that shouting seems like the only way to get anything done in 2018?
Earlier this year we asked performers to SPEAK and now we want to hear you again, a little bit louder.
Taking inspiration from the party tradition of ‘doing a turn’ and our love of a ceilidh, TwentySomething presents the second edition of THE TURN, an exciting new evening of performance, spoken word, dance and music.
Tickets will be available on the door, but to reserve beforehand please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Studies are a chamber pop band from Glasgow-via-Yorkshire. Their quietly experimental landscape songs are played on analogue synths, cello, double bass, drums, guitars, a wine-glass orchestra and, at the creaking centre of things, a Victorian pedal harmonium.
A new opera by indie folk-rock band Admiral Fallow and Gareth Williams. The opera is set in the world of whisky and gin manufacturing and will be touring distilleries throughout Scotland from 02 November until 25 November.
Tennessee Williams described the play as: ‘The most beautiful play since Streetcar, the very heart of my life’. He is a beautiful writer who captures the chaos of the heart and mind in a very real way, even in this experimental piece, at its’ heart is the struggle for clarity through trauma and mental health issues.